The Tiger Who Came To Tea Stage Show Reviews
Newest Review: ... into the action, introducing us to the 3 human characters of the story, Sophie and her mum and dad. The characters are played to perfection by some real talent by a wonderful and enthusiastic cast. The star of the show is without a doubt Abbey Norman, who plays young Sophie. She's dressed exactly as Sophie is in the book, completely with pinafore and bright tights, and she tackles the role with gusto. Norman is so enthusiastic in her performance, almost cringingly so for the adults in the audience, but you can't help but have your eyes on glued on her, and the children absolutely loved her. She's so likeable, has a wonderful speaking and... more
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by - written on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I was lucky enough to go with my Foundation stage class to see 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea' stage show based on the very famous book by Judith Kerr, who also wrote some of Harry's favourite books - the 'Mog' series. The Tiger Who Came To Tea was one we hadn't read a huge amount together, but the week before we went to the local Corn Exchange with my class, we read the book several times and got the children to do lots of 'Tiger' themed craft and play, from dressing up to role play to pictures of their own version of the story. I wasn't sure how well it would translate to the stage, and how much the children would be able to follow the action, but I was so surprised by how Read the complete review
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